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not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Alone: A Deeper Cut is a series that airs extended enhanced episodes with extra information and unseen footage from the show "Alone", that also airs on the History Channel.
(Enhanced.) The first day of the adventure begins, with 10 people prepared to head out into unknown wilderness and survive for as long as they can, in total isolation. But when the survivalists confront rocky terrain, wet environments, and hungry predators, all of them begin to question their resolve.
(Enhanced.) After several days, the participants attempt to acclimate to their new environment and make order out of chaos. One survivalist proves incredibly skillful and finds enormous success scavenging and hunting for food. Meanwhile, doubts emerge for others as debilitating hunger sets in.
(Enhanced.) After a week on Vancouver Island, several of the participants are finding success in their new environment. But while some work in harmony with the wilderness, others battle against it and careless mistakes threaten to send two people home.
Three weeks in, mental and physical struggles take their toll on the remaining participants; some teeter on the edge of calling it quits as they battle deep-seated conflicts.
One participant thrives on the island, while the others struggle to improve their situation; one man races to find the salmon run before it ends, and another undertakes an epic journey; a survivalist tries to combat nature's fury.
(Enhanced.) After a month in the unrelenting bush, nature and seclusion are proving difficult to withstand. While some push themselves to ensure long-term survival, others question their ability to endure.
Enhanced episode. The final four battle mental fatigue and physical exhaustion, while one faces stiff competition for fish and another's miscalculation may mean missing the salmon run.
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